Get the party started with these easy appetizers from Gooseberry Patch that are sure to satisfy any crowd.
Bacon-Horseradish DipThis creamy bacon dip is a slow-cooker favorite, making it an effortless appetizer.
Always-Requested Spinach DipServe this spinach dip in a bread bowl for a perfect presentation that will impress your party guests.
Salmon Party LogThis salmon-cream cheese log is a great appetizer for any get-together. All the ingredients come together quickly and because there is no cooking involved, you can prepare it and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Greek Olive CupsUse frozen mini phyllo shells for these easy Greek-style appetizers. You can assemble them ahead, freeze them, and bake just before serving.
Crabby Artichoke SpreadDress up canned crabmeat and turn it into a creamy dip made with artichokes, red bell pepper, green onions and Parmesan cheese.
Cheese PopsThese “cheese balls on a stick” are a fun, kid-friendly way to get your party started.
7-Layer Mexican DipLayer refried beans, avocado, sour cream, cheese, tomato and black olives for a fiesta-style dip that will satisfy any crowd. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips.
Garden-Fresh SalsaFresh-picked veggies from your garden or your local farmers' market really add flavor to homemade salsa. Offer no substitute here...store-bought salsa simply won't do!
Fried Dill PicklesCoat dill pickle spears in Italian-seasoned breadcrumbs and fry until crispy. Serve with Ranch or blue cheese dressing for a crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Marinated OlivesThese olives are quite spicy and will please anyone who loves to nibble on hot foods!
Festive Cheese BallA cheese ball is a great choice for entertaining because you need to make it ahead so the flavors have time to blend.
Texas CaviarThis easy 4-ingredient dip features canned black beans, black-eyed peas, corn and salsa. Just combine these canned ingredients in a bowl, stir, and chill until serving.
Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon ChipsKiwi fruit, apples, raspberries, and strawberries make up this colorful salsa. It'll be a treat that guests will not want to miss...especially when served with homemade cinnamon-flavored chips.
Nachos for a CrowdThese nachos are so easy to make–it's all about the art of layering the toppings. Your family and friends will have these finished off way before the main course.